Adorned & Empowered
Awaken Your Heroine Within.
The Bow Jewelry was created to remind women of the power they hold in the world. Throughout history women have been left in the shadows and our collections shine a light on these forgotten women and their sacrifices and serve as talismans, empowering you to embrace your own unique path. We believe that jewelry is more than an accessory—it is a symbol of personal transformation, enhancing your confidence and strength throughout your heroine's journey.
The Bow's mission is to ignite the heroine within you through unique and bold statement jewelry inspired by remarkable women from history and handmade to empower you on your own extraordinary journey.
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Jayli Wolf wearing the 1917 Choker part of the Last Dance Collection Inspired by Mata Hari on the cover of her single debut EP 'Wild Whisper'”
Bilge wearing the Hippolyta Earrings from The Golden Armour Collection.”
"I love it. I love wearing them💛"
Translated from Turkish
Kimberley wearing the Daughter of Zeus Earrings part of the upcoming collection inspired by Artemisia of Caria.”
Sabrina adorned in pieces from the Last Dance Collection inspired by Mata Hari "Wearing these works of art makes me feel confident like I am harnessing the energy and courage of the women these pieces are inspired by and I can show up fully to own my mission"”
Ariadna wearing the Mata Hari Necklace and Last Dance Earrings from The Last Dance Collection in the La Famille Ouellette Music video.”
Annie adorned in custom made glasses from the Golden Armour Collection and Sacred Earrings from the Last Dance Collection for her music video.”
A Tapestry of Origins
The Founders Story
The Bow's unique design aesthetic begins in my childhood, where I would spend summers captivated by the allure of my country of origin, Turkey. Immersed in the rich history and artifacts of Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and the Aegean, I was mesmerized as a little girl by the imperfect beauty of these remnants. Little did I know then that these adventures from childhood would become the wellspring for my artistic expression.